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  • Kroc membership booms with older members

    Kroc members age 60-plus are the largest and fastest growing membership at the facility that opened in 2009 after the city won a capital and endowment grant from the Kroc …


  • Senior centers try to stay in step with boomers

    An estimated 10,000 Americans will turn 60 today, and 10,000 more will celebrate tomorrow – and the next day. And so it will continue for another 16 years, according to …


  • Parks funding to decrease

    Pool hours would shrink, senior and youth center funding would be cut and about four city employees would lose their jobs under a proposed Spokane parks budget for 2013. City …


  • Park budget restores center funds

    Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich and a large group of seniors and youth advocates warned the Spokane Park Board on Tuesday to think twice before slashing the budgets of youth …


  • Seniors, youth face cuts to park programs

    Some of Spokane’s senior and youth centers could face closure next year under budget-balancing proposals soon to be considered by the Spokane Park Board. Park officials stress that the budget …


  • Productive program

    Hidden behind the buildings of the Bonner County Sheriff’s Office in Sandpoint is a sight one wouldn’t expect to see on jail grounds. A beautiful garden of three-quarters of an …

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